Announcing Spring, Summer & Fall Opportunities

If you are looking for an outdoor seasonal position in 2023, we are confident we have something you’ll find rewarding, challenging, and fits your availability. Read on to see if we’re right! 

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Young Adults Earn Wages and College Credit at Vermont Youth Conservation Corps

VYCC Crew Leaders can earn up to 12 college credits at no cost to them. Leader Nathan Treadway shares what this means to him.

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VYCC’s Response to COVID-19 and Updates

The health and safety of the VYCC community are our top priorities. We are an organization that prides itself on our ability to offer profound learning and work experiences for young adults. Central to running successful programs is the ability to manage and mitigate risk.

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Community Meet Up Recap: Forest Projects Crew

Here's a summary of another great crew meet-up - We are pretty sure you'll learn something ...

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Completed Projects You Can Visit!

Read on for details on completed projects and how to find them.
Locations: Bristol, Burlington, Marshfield, North Hero, Rutland, Stratton, and Woodstock

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Going next-level

VYCC's Pro Build crew has embarked on our first backcountry hut build in partnership with the Vermont Huts Association. Hear Members' perspectives a few weeks into the project.

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Harvest Dinner: Thursday, October 13

Join us for a family friendly harvest meal!
5:00 on Thursday, October 13
$30 per person; Kids 12 and under are free

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Life Cycles on the Farm

Keri Toye (she/they) is the Farm Project Lead responsible for animals and compost this season.  Keri and I toured the farm to bring you insight into their role, learning, and contributions in the first four months of an eight-month position. 

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VYCC in the News: via Rutland Herald, “VYCC assists with much needed trail work at Pine Hill Park”

The Rutland Herald published this article by Gordon Dritschilo on June 24, 2022.

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Preview of 2022 Trails Projects

Mud season is behind us, and young people are gearing up to complete 60 weeks of trail work in Vermont this season with VYCC. In this post, we preview four projects and define 'corridor,' 'rock shopping' and 'naturalizing.'

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